On entering the town is a beautiful welcome sign. Opposite is a park with picnic tables under a big shed. There is also a playground under shed and bbq facilities with a beautiful mosaic table built by the community. The park also has public toilet facilities so it makes a good place to stop and refresh. Also in the park is a big signage telling the history of the township.
Walking and cycling trail
View of Spencer Gulf
A three-kilometre walking and cycling trail starts from the park and goes around the coast with beautiful views of the Spencer Gulf.
Another unique attraction in the town is a heritage-listed shipwreck, The York. The York was used as a lighter in Port Adelaide in the 1800s but found its resting place on the shores of Weeroona Island.
A unique township worth stopping by if you are travelling north of Adelaide to the Flinders ranges.
We are travelling a lot, mostly driving, to see this beautiful country. It always nice to see and visit places that we haven't been to. We haven't been to Weeroona Island yet. Maybe one day. Thanks for sharing about Weeroona Island